Category Archive: Geomorphology

Mar 28 2014

Video Friday: The River Zin in Southern Israel

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Our video this week comes from Southern Israel about the River Zin as it moves through the Negev Desert: The River Zin cuts through the Negev Desert in southern Israel. But unlike most rivers, the Zin rarely has any water in it. The only time it flows is when enough rain falls in the mountains …

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Mar 10 2014

A Few Good Reads (3/10/14): Colorado’s Snowpack Grows and the Response to the 2013 Floods Continues

This week: The snowpack in the South Platte River basin keeps going up, delayed repairs on a damaged bridge on the St. Vrain Creek due to the presence of some eagles, an intriguing video on how wolves impact rivers, an ecological perspective on the 2013 Colorado floods, Christchurch, New Zealand receives a month of rain …

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Nov 08 2013

2013 Colorado Post Flood Video Tour

It is a humbling experience to see flooding taking place.  Just standing next to that much power is a unique experience.  Walking through a flood damaged area after the flood and witnessing the destruction, debris, and silence is an equally, but different experience.  The following videos provide a tour along the front range showing some …

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Oct 21 2013

A Few Good Reads (10/21/13): Flooding in North India, Flooding Continues in Thailand, Roads Slowly Start to Open in Colorado

This week: Deadly floods slowly receding in India after Typhoon Phailin, the flooding continues in Thailand, 120 bridges needing repair after the Colorado flooding, CDOT and contractors working hard to reopen damaged roads by December 1, and the post flood Ghost towns in the Big Thompson Canyon. North East India Floods Update (FloodList) Odisha Floods …

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